The early morning sun shines on the Moseley Wrought Iron Arch Bridge
plaque at Mendel Pond.
Blue bows are placed around campus to designate named and donated spaces to create awareness around the impact of philanthropy and alumni giving.
Father Rick Piatt, O.S.A., conducts Theatre of the Oppressed workshops during his artist in residence week at his Alma Mater, Lafayette College, October 2014.
Residents of Pelham, Andover, Tyngsboro, Dracut, and Boxford
townhouses gathered on Thursday, November 13 for pizza and birthday
cake in honor of the 1660th birthday of St. Augustine of Hippo.
Lance Hill ’15, a communications major from Lawrence, writes a thank you note to donors during Mack Proud Day, sponsored by the Office of Development and Alumni Relations.
Office of Development and Alumni Relations collected thank you notes from students to donors during Mack Proud Day ’14.
Chris Kadima ’18, of Stoneham, takes a break from his business courses to play the piano in the Rogers Center Lobby.
: #MackGivesBack with the Ash South squad
First Year Experience students enjoy pumpkin picking during a hay ride
at Crescent Farms in Haverhill, MA.
On the first Friday of each month, the College community celebrates Merrimack Pride Day. This photographer didn’t have to go far to find Merrimack colors. The 2nd floor of the Sakowich Campus Center personifies the campus-wide spirit.
Mario Kart won best group costume in the Augie’s pub Halloween costume contest held last Thursday night. Each member of the group won a $15 gift card to Dunks!
Jeff Guerra, Assistant Postmaster, shares these pictures of his daughter Samantha Guerra ’17 celebrating Halloween at Merrimack.
The photo on the right shows Samantha and her brother, David, in 2005. The photo on the left shows Samantha (right) with her roommate MaryRose Malian ’17 in Deegan East handing out goodies for the recent trick or treating.
Just another Halloween at Merrimack.
Father Joe Mulligan, author of The Jesuit Martyrs of El Salvador: Celebrating the Anniversaries (1994/2010), recently lectured at Merrimack on the lessons of the martyrs and their relevance today.
Father Joe Mulligan’s lecture was brought to Merrimack by the Social Justice Program, thanks to the sponsorship by the Dean of Liberal Arts, the Departments of Philosophy, Religious and Theological Studies, Sociology, Women’s and Gender Studies, and World Languages and Cultural Studies.
Women’s cross country support a teammate survivor of domestic violence by pledging “These hands don’t hurt”. They solidify their promise with the mark of each team member’s hand print on a poster.